By John Sciacca February 26, 2013
There are some things that we can learn from Mr. Ice here. We must first and foremost always strive to do great work, remembering that "anything less than the best is a felony." There also things beyond the fact that many of our customers do prefer to have the “bass kicked in” as it were; perhaps tweaked up a few dB for a little extra punch and impact in the home theater (but hopefully with well positioned subwoofers and some room treatments).
By John Sciacca February 19, 2013
There are many parts of this industry that I like… there’s that moment when you turn on a system for the first time and all of the keypads spring to life, come online and start reporting metadata just like they’re supposed to. There’s that moment after you’ve “activated” all of the lighting devices and press “All On,” and all of the lights actually come on. There is the moment when you hand over a system to a client and they're all smiles and thrilled with the job that you’ve done.
By John Sciacca February 12, 2013
I’m going to share a hard truth with you, because friends can be honest with each other, right? Here goes: You’re not perfect.
By John Sciacca February 05, 2013
If you watched the Super Bowl, or even surfed the Web at all in the past 24 hours, you likely read about the little power disruption that occurred just after halftime at the Superdome in New Orleans. Had the Niners gone on to come back and win the game—seemingly returning from the dead after the power was restored and quickly going on a third-quarter scoring tear that the Ravens couldn’t stop or match—this would have likely gone down as the most disruptive tech mess-up in history.